Wheel newbie, first wheel - firmware update

Discussion in 'Project CARS 1' started by Badinho, May 7, 2015.

  1. Badinho

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  2. psychoazubi

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  3. Badinho

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    so I just download firmware, install it on PC, unplug, plug into PS4 - and it should run ? :)
     
  4. psychoazubi

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    exactly
     
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  5. Gejabo

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    I never updated my T300rs and it works fine on ps3 and ps4
    What isthis firmware supposed to do?
     
  6. azidahaka

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    Great question i'm not a fan of FW updates... something can always go wrong doing them!
     
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    ooook 2 things i do not care of :D

    Also i run some 90 mins races on t300 in gt6 and it is extremely cool and shuts down immediatly ?_?
     
  9. psychoazubi

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    Well GT6 doesn't push the wheel to its limits. The fan on my T500 is always on for 10-15 minutes after pcars
     
  10. Badinho

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    I made the updates. Went smothly.

    I have a question though. The platform for the pedals is slippery as hell, and I can't place em up against the wall (Feet to short :D) does anyone have any suggestion? since they keep moving..
     
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  11. Brit999

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    I have mine strapped down to the gaming chair. But I used to used a door mat with a rubber base under the pedals when I had them on the wooden floor. I bought a new one for about £1 somewhere like poundland. But it worked and stopped my pedals moving across the floor!
     
  12. Oso Actual

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    Before I made a rig, I would counter this issue by using cupboard lining, sold at Wal-Mart, home depot etc. Also depending on your situation, if you are close enough, you could cut a 2*4 to wedge it between wall and pedals.
     
  13. Badinho

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    Thanks for the good suggestions. For now, I am using a doorrmat and 2x dictionary books to cover the distance. I might look for some cupboard lining, but for now this solutions works .. And DAMN! This wheel is amazing!